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Abstract Graffiti: Graphic Surgery in Dresden

After that phenomenal collaboration with Nawer in Krakow, the Amsterdam-based urban art duo Graphic Surgery just finished a new mural!

Located in Dresden, Germany, the 25 meters high wall has been painted as a part of the CityBilder project, which recently took place in town and also includes urban artworks by Frm & Otecki, Moneyless, Saddo, Jens Besser and others. The finished mural now shows an abstract bundle of black and white lines and is simply named Bauhaus after the famous German school for crafts and fine arts. Here are some pics…

Abstract Graffiti: Graphic Surgery in Dresden
Abstract Graffiti: Graphic Surgery in Dresden

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